Read Time:3min When assessing go-live support for an EHR implementation, there are several factors to consider. Clinical EHR go-live support tends to go 2-3 weeks while the EHR billing cycle will span several months from start to finish.
Read Time:2min When a healthcare organization is preparing to bring live an EHR system, the costs are high. From implementation and training, and through go-live, managing the budget is essential. A planned taper is a critical step.
Read Time:4min Upgrades are a common process that all Epic customers spend countless hours and significant amounts of energy to implement. Each upgrade is different, and each come with their challenges.
Read Time:4min A successful training program is the result of many months of planning and communicating organizational expectations. There is always a myriad of logistical elements that go into the planning process as this will likely be one of the most significant training initiatives the organization has undertaken.
Read Time:3min End-User EHR training is one of the most essential parts of the implementation process – and imperative for the success of an EHR launch. Performing this training takes time, focus and careful coordination to ensure success and a necessary comfort level to all who will be utilizing the tools.
Read Time:3min The MST environment build provides experience and a depth of knowledge that will also build each trainer’s confidence prior to delivering Instructor Led Training (ILT). A solid master training environment promotes efficient and effective training and will help to ensure your organizational go-live readiness.
Read Time:5min Upgrading to new Epic versions is vital to organizational success. Getting your Epic Upgrade right starts with preparation. Read on about three things you need in place, before you even start.
Read Time:3min Clinical simulations are a key part of a blended learning solution for go-lives and an existing part of clinical training. The EHR can be integrated into the simulation to increase the effectiveness of existing high fidelity scenarios. The advantage for organizations that invest in clinical simulations during go-live is that users are better prepared to use their new knowledge and skills prior to seeing patients, and the structure created in the deliverables can be used post go-live.
Read Time:3min If the success or failure of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) go-live can be traced to a single activity, employee/clinician training could be considered the key to sustained long-term success.
Read Time:2min Physician offices, outpatient clinics, and ambulatory care centers deliver the majority of patient care throughout the US. Most have invested in EHR/EMRs expecting to see the ROI hit the general ledger. But many programs lack the processes, tools, and training for Providers to reap maximum value-based reimbursements in all patient care settings.
Read Time:4min While not explicitly responsible for building or activating the EHR system that will revolutionize your organization, it's important to have a person or team dedicated to communicating with your end users – at all stages of the system's life cycle.